The Haryana government plans to create two artificial lakes in the state to recharge ground water. The first of these lakes

Chandigarh Haryana government planned to install recharge shafts in sweet water zones to minimise depletion of underground water table and damage caused by the floods in the state.

While stating this here on Sunday, state finance and irrigation minister Capt Ajay Singh Yadav said that initially the project would be launched on pilot basis and about 100 recharge shafts in different pockets of th

Brainchild of Professor Rajneesh Sharma and Satendra Yadav of Kurukshetra University
Prof Rajneesh K Sharma and Satendra K Yadav, Department of Zoology, Kurukshetra University, have invented a machine to obtain green manure from dead leaves.

People in Haryana will soon be able to adopt animals and birds of their choice in the zoos of the state.
The Haryana Forest and Wildlife department has chalked out an adoption plan for the birds and animals kept in the three zoos of the state

Village refuse means money in Sanwla. That

Rajesh Ahuja

Panchkula Following the rising awareness about organic food, the Haryana State Cooperative Supply and Marketing Federation (Hafed), will now be producing desi organic wheat and CSR-30 basmati rice. After coming up with organic wheat around three years ago, the state is now experimenting with these crops.

Kurukshetra: The Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, Dr S Baneerjee, said large-scale conversion of thorium into uranium could help India meet the increasing demand of energy as nuclear energy was cheap and environment friendly.

CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Saturday hit out at political parties which had been making the Dadupur-Nalvi canal project their poll plank and even included it in their election manifestos but on coming to power forgot all about it. This was the reason why the project was not initiated for more than 30 years, he said.

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